Issue XLI (2017), 3

Articles: 
  • Heinz Miklas (Vienna, Austria). The Graphemic Coordinates of the Old Church Slavonic-Glagolitic Horologion-Fragment from Sinai, p. 3–18. PDF
  • Maria Spasova (Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria). Contributions to the Textual History of the Old Bulgarian Translation of the Sermon on the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, p. 19–62. PDF
  • Kirił Marinow (Łódź, Poland). Pitiful Foxes, Fearful Fawns?! The Bulgarians as Highlanders According to Selected Greek Sources from the Middle Byzantine Period, p. 63–77. PDF
  • Viacheslav V. Lytvynenko (Prague, Czech Republic). The Reception of Athanasius of Alexandria’s Anti-Arian Motifs in the Old Slavonic Medieval Tradition (Part 1: The Life ofAnthony), p. 78–96. PDF
Survey and book reviews: 
  • Georgi N. Nikolov (Sofia, Bulgaria). An Erudite Study of the Anti-Latin Religious Controversy in the Middle Ages, p. 97–106. PDF
    Review for:
    Angel Nikolov. Mezhdu Rim i Konstantinopol. Iz antikatolicheskata literatura v Balgariya i slavyanskiya pravoslaven svyat (ХI–ХVII v.). Sofia, Fondaciya „Balgarsko istorichesko nasledstvo“, 2016. VIII+353 s.+10 ill.
  • Mariana Tsibranska-Kostova, Elka Mircheva (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Problem of Lexical Moravisms in the Old Bulgarian Language, p. 107–112. PDF
    Review for:
    Rostislav Stankov. Drevnebolgarskie perevodnye teksty i problema leksicheskih moravizmov. Sofia, Universitetsko izdatelstvo, 2016. 320
  • Rostislav Stankov (Sofia, Bulgaria) – Old Testament History in Slavonic Translations from Greek: the First Edition of the Second Translation of the Historical Palaea, p. 113–116. PDF
    Review for:
    Małgorzata Skowronek. Palaea Historica. The Second Slavic Translation. Commentary and Text. Łódź, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2016. 203 pp.